Bulluck Arrives to Plug MLB Hole

The Giants didn't officially confirm the signing until the wee hours on Saturday evening, but the news is official: Keith Bulluck has inked a one-year contract with the club that, according to a Star-Ledger report, could pay him up to $2.5 million this season.

With nothing but inexperience at middle linebacker (second-year man Jonathan Goff and rookie Phillip Dillard were the leading candidates to start) the Giants were very interested in Bulluck all offseason, but had to wait for him to regain his full health after suffering an ACL injury late last season.

The 10-year veteran, who spent his entire career with the Titans, is a New York native (New City) who expressed a desire to join the Giants earlier this offseason.

Now the 2003 Pro Bowler will be given the starting reins at MLB and hopefully be able to bolster a somewhat shaky linebacking corps.

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